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Edward C Reynolds Jr: Light beam assisted aiming of firearms. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, October 18, 1988: US04777754 (90 worldwide citation)

An aim assistance light beam for a firearm having functional parts necessary for the operation of that firearm as a firearm is provided by adaption of a battery housing to a contour of that firearm below a barrel and ahead of a trigger guard thereof as seen in a direction of the light beam, for rece ...


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Edward C Reynolds Jr: Light beam assisted aiming of firearms. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, August 15, 1989: US04856218 (67 worldwide citation)

An aim assistance light beam is provided for a firearm having a barrel and a movable fore-end assembly for loading shells and actuating a firearm action. A lamp and reflector throws that light beam upon electric energization of a lamp in the lamp and reflector assembly. A battery housing for mountin ...


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John W Matthews: Flashlights and other battery-powered apparatus for holding and energizing transducers. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, May 13, 1997: US05629105 (65 worldwide citation)

A battery-powered apparatus for holding and energizing an electric transducer, includes a hand-held battery housing carrying the transducer mount, and first and second internal battery contacts. A first external battery charge terminal is on the transducer mount, and a second external battery charge ...


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John Wallace Matthews: Combat-oriented flashlight. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, July 1, 1997: US05642932 (59 worldwide citation)

Flashlights are provided with a mode of operation enabling switching at a thumb area of a human hand while retaining that flashlight with fingers of that human hand during switching of that flashlight at that thumb area. The flashlight has a battery barrel provided with a tail-end switch. That batte ...


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John W Matthews: Laser beam firearm aim assisting methods and apparatus. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, February 2, 1982: US04313272 (49 worldwide citation)

A laser for assisting the aiming of a firearm is located in a tubular member for emission of a light beam through an end thereof. The tubular member is mounted at the first location with linear freedom of movement, and at a second location with angular freedom of movement, relative to the firearm. T ...


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John W Matthews, Michael J Fraer: Firearms and laser beam aim assisting methods and apparatus. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, February 2, 1982: US04313273 (24 worldwide citation)

A firearm has a firing device, a manually cockable and selectively releasable hammer for actuating the firing device and a selectively activable laser beam emitting device for providing an aiming mark on a target of the firearm. The laser beam emitting device is activated through cocking of the hamm ...


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Gerald W Griffith: Battery conditioning methods and apparatus. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, August 3, 1982: US04342954 (20 worldwide citation)

In an effort to condition a battery for its current supply function, the electric charge required to restore the battery from a given first level to a higher second charge level is determined. A conditioning operation is comprised of a first step of reducing an unknown electric charge in the battery ...


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John T McCrickerd: Curved mirror lasers and methods of operating same. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, May 19, 1981: US04268799 (14 worldwide citation)

Laser apparatus having a pair of concave end mirrors facing each other through a laser gain medium. The end mirrors are mounted so as to permit tilting thereof. One of the end mirrors has a center of curvature situated between the end mirrors at a distance from the other end mirror of up to one-eigh ...


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John W Matthews: Door locking methods and apparatus. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, February 18, 1986: US04570466 (7 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for releasably locking or blocking a door combine a first element with that door for blocking the door in an extended position of that first element and for alternatively releasing the door upon movement of the first element from such extended position. The first element is rel ...


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Matthews John Wallace: Flashlights and other battery-powered apparatus for holding and energizing transducers. Laser Products Corporation, Matthews John Wallace, BENOIT Luc P, June 9, 1994: WO/1994/013022

Battery-powered apparatus (10) for holding and energizing an electric transducer (12) comprises a transducer mount (17), a hand-held battery housing (16) carrying the transducer mount, and first and second internal battery terminal contacts (18, 19). A first external battery charge terminal (23) is ...